Allied Wallet Africa integrates with J2Store and PrestaShop
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Allied Wallet Africa integrates with J2Store and PrestaShop

12 Aug 2019

Global FinTech company Allied Wallet Africa has integrated with mobile-friendly shopping cart and e-commerce solution, J2Store.

Global FinTech company Allied Wallet Africa has integrated with mobile-friendly shopping cart and e-commerce solution, J2Store.

The e-commerce shopping cart integration is expected to provide new opportunities for merchants across the globe. They will be able to easily establish and operationalise their online store in 12 hours.

Allied Wallet Africa provides online businesses with international payment solutions, which allows them to accept 164 global currencies and also enables money to be paid directly into their bank accounts.

“The integration with J2Store will make a first-rate e-commerce solution available to even more users.”

The company provides security measures for merchants and their customers during online transactions and also mitigate chargebacks and fraudulent transactions.

Allied Wallet CEO Andy Khawaja said: “We’re excited to add J2Store to our list of supported shopping carts.

“Allied Wallet Africa is doing all that we can to provide merchants with more options and functionality than they currently have available. The integration with J2Store will make a first-rate e-commerce solution available to even more users.”

In a separate development, Allied wallet has also integrated with e-commerce management solutions company, PrestaShop. Operating in more than 150 countries, PrestaShop is deployed in over 1,15,000 stores. It is translated in 41 different languages.

The integration, which will benefit merchants, will link more than 275 features of PrestaShop with Allied Wallet Africa. Merchants can accept several cards such as Visa, MasterCard, JCB, Discover, American Express, China UnionPay, Maestro, Diners Club, and many more.

Khawaja said: “I am proud to partner with a company like PrestaShop. Together, we’ll offer merchants the top-of-the-line solution that they deserve.”